Missouri Synod Church in Downtown Memphis


Sermon, January 18, 2015 – Come and See

Sermon, January 18, 2015 - Come and See

In the invitation, “Come and see,” Jesus calls His disciples to Himself, re-establishing the close and personal relationship between men and God through the Son of God. This message explores the truth that we are also invited into the same kind of relationship with Christ Jesus, and what holds us back from accepting it.

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Sermon, January 11, 2015 – Beautiful Groundlessness

Sermon, January 11, 2015 - Beautiful Groundlessness

The great beauty of water is its absolute groundlessness. Its instability. Water changes as our lives are ever changing around us. That’s why I’m convinced that there’s no better picture of the presence of God in our lives than the Baptism of Jesus Christ. He wades into the flowing water of the Jordan River, and He doesn’t stabilize the current. He IS the stability within the water. Through this message, we’ll dive deep into the waters of our own groundless-ness; our own instability, and discover the constancy of Christ, who is our only stability. (Mark 1:9-11)

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Sermon, January 4, 2015 – On the Similarity of Stars

Sermon, January 4, 2015 - On the Similarity of Stars

Our lives are full of compartments that the world imposes on us. Things that are supposed to make us feel connected to some people and disconnected from others. This sermon takes an in-depth look at God’s astounding work in the lives of some unusual outsiders, and uncovers what the calling of the Magi means for us as our God continually redefines the concept of “similarity.”

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Sermon, November 16, 2014 – Claiming a Life of Blessing

  At the heart of our faith is the at Jesus is the ultimate expression of the character of God. This sermon explores how God really things about us as His children – what He’s always thought about us, and how His love encourages us to live lives of constant blessing. (Matthew 25:34-37)

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Sermon: November 9, 2014 – On Lutheran Aerobics and Worship

From the outside, it’s a combination of ritual and tradition. Stand up, sit down, kneel, pray, chant, respond, sing. All of these exercises – our worship – is intended to do one thing and one thing only. Through this message, we discover the real purpose of our deeply Lutheran worship…

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Sermon: November 2, 2014 – So You’re a Saint. Now What?

I’d be willing to bet that when you wake up in the morning, your first thought is not, “Wow, it’s a good day to be a Saint!” We are Saints – called to grace in Jesus Christ – but what are we called to? How do we exercise our Sainthood in the world? In this message, we’ll look at how God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things, and explore our true calling as Christ’s Saints.

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